I was a patient of the doctor's. I had a prescription for Lipitor, a very common, very safe compound for cholesterol. My prescription ran out. I attempted to fill it at the pharmacy. They contacted the doctor, who refused to refill, indicating I was due for a visit. Rather than receiving a call from the doctor indicating this, the pharmacy had to inform me.
Still, fair enough. I understand the need to be seen. I contacted the doctor to ask (through the assistant) that he provide a short prescription while I awaited my appointment. No response. Two more calls, still no acknowledgment from the doctor. I was off my prescription for weeks. I asked that they send me my medical records so that I might take them to another doctor. They provided them only when I went to the office in person and demanded them.
Here's another clue: I am a man in my 40s. He never suggested a physical exam of any sort. Just the labs and the pills.
I rate him extremely happy to write scripts -- eager in fact to introduce me to new pharmaceuticals -- but a terrible physician in every aspect.